16 hours to do decide on if he should have the SEALS go get Bin Laden.
Really, 16 Hours? What was there to think about? Target Number One, and he had to think about it for 16 hours? Yeah, I’m glad he made the right choices, but 16 hours tells me he had a lot of conflicting opinions on the operations. And yet he is milking the credit for it as much as possible. The jackhole.
Congratulations to Larry Correia… he just sold the TV rights to MHI. I think a TV show is likely. Larry first gave me word of this at SHOT Show while on the way to get some chow… he said that it was in the works, but nothing finalized. Well, now it’s a done deal. That’s awesome.
Sometimes when you mount a scope – something just aint right and you can’t get the scope aligned properly to get it bore-sighted. Slight errors in the making of the base or rings or something… Many reasons… but the result is that to get the scope bore-sighted right, you have to shim the scope. Don’t panic. And don’t go off and order some expensive Shim Kit. And don’t use Paper shim. They compress and get thinner over time. You don’t need to spend any money… well, maybe 75 Cents at most. You can make your own Shims. It’s easy to do, and I do it all the time. I am a professional, and I’m telling you – you can do this at home. It’s Ballistic Science, but it’s not Rocket Science. All you have to do is to make some Beer Can Shims.
The SIG 522 is probably the most underrated of the tactical .22’s on the market. It gets great reviews from a lot of folks… owners love them… NuttinFancy did like a 3 hour Holiday Special on the bloody things, yet I can’t sell the last two we have to save my life. I have shown them and shown them to guys… and guys always buy the S&W MP15-22 instead. Always.
Don’t get me wrong… the S&W is a great .22 rifle. But the SIG has a handy little trick that the Smith can’t do.
No, I’m not supposed to advertise our sales price on these, because it’s below MAP… But we just want to blow these last two guns out. We’ve not sold one in over 6 months. I have two left. If you want one, I’ll hook you up and throw in a couple goodies to go with it.
4-12x40mm, $199.99… trumps pretty much everything else at this price range. Field of view is tighter than I’d like, but the light transmission is up there near a Monarch and the clarity is great. These are a buy!